Dr. Elizabeth Menard joins us for the Music Education Guest Lecture Series.
Dr. Menard is chair of the music education department at Bowling Green State University and teaches graduate music education courses such as the Psychology of Music, as well as Introduction to Music Education for undergraduate students. She holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Southern Methodist University, and earned her masters degree and Ph.D. in music at Louisiana State University. Prior to her arrival at BGSU, Dr. Menard taught in Louisiana’s Talented Arts Program, providing accelerated instruction to K – 12 students identified as having exceptional talent in music. Her research interests include the development of student musical ability and creativity through music composition, assessment of creativity in the person, process, and product, and developing music teacher identity through creative field experience settings.
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